Special Education Teacher (Elementary)
Must hold a license issued by Virginia Department of Education.
The license must be in one of the following types: Collegiate Professional License, Division Superintendent License, Postgraduate Professional License, Provisional License, Pupil Personnel Services License, Technical Professional License, Statement of Eligibility, Special Education Conditional License.
The license position area must be in one of the following areas: Autism, Deaf-Blind, Early Intervention Specialist, Educational Diagnostician, Emotional Behavior Disabilities, Hearing Impairment, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Severe/Profound Disabilities, Special Education (General), Traumatic Brain Injury, Visual Impairment.
The license must be in one of the following grades: Infants/Toddlers, Preschool/Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.
The license status must be active or about to graduate from a state-approved teacher preparation program.
Job Title: Special Education Teacher
Salary Index: Teacher Salary Scale
Reports To: Principal
FLSA Status: Exempt
FCPS seeks to hire a highly qualified Special Education teacher that teaches one or more subjects to students by performing the following duties.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Prepares course objectives and outline for course of study following curriculum guidelines or requirements of state and school.
Lectures, demonstrates, and uses audiovisual teaching aids to present subject matter to class.
Prepares, administers, and corrects tests, and records results.
Assigns lessons, corrects papers, and hears oral presentations.
Ability to differentiate instruction based on varying levels of student ability.
Administers tests to evaluate pupil progress, record results, and issue reports to inform parents.
Teaches rules of conduct.
Maintains order in classroom and other school settings.
Counsels pupils when adjustment and academic problems arise.
Discusses pupils' academic and behavioral attitudes and achievements with parents and families.
Keeps attendance and grade records as required by school.
Coordinates class field trips.
Works cooperatively with the total staff.
Ability to work independently.
Uses instructional and planning time effectively.
Assumes responsibility for the care of materials, equipment, and facilities.
Assumes responsibility for a neat, safe environment for students committed to their care.
Practice and promote positive interaction with and among students and staff.
Encourages self-direction and self-motivation in students.
Demonstrates knowledge of the subject being taught.
Participates in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training.
Exhibits evidence of effective lesson plans.
Utilizes a variety of appropriate materials and resources.
Complies with school and school board policies and regulations.